Festival Club @ Bar Luna: Where Australia Collides with Asia



 
26 Oct 2017 18:15 - 19:15
/ / Free
Bar Luna. Jl. Raya Ubud (Google Maps)

Stow away on some of the most epic voyages of natural history with author and historian, Ian Burnet. Follow the fascinating footsteps of Banks, Darwin and Wallace and explore the remarkable biogeographical boundary that lies just east of Bali and separates the fauna of Asia and Australasia.

Menyelinaplah pada beberapa perjalanan pelayaran paling epik dari sejarah alamiah dengan Penulis dan Sejarawan, Ian Burnet. Ikuti jejak menarik oleh Banks, Darwin, dan Wallace, untuk jelajahi batas biogeografi yang luar biasa yang terletak di sebelah timur Bali dan memisahkan fauna Asia dan Australasia.

Featuring

Ian Burnet

Ian Burnet has spent 30 years living, working and traveling in Indonesia. His three titles, Spice Islands, East Indies and Archipelago – A Journey Across Indonesia, reflect his fascination with …



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